Busy week here on MSB with three posts. Unfortunately, they were all RESP-oriented. :) That should change soon as I have only one more article to write for the 2nd edition of the book.
On with the links
Support Spy has some good tips on using group discount sites (like Groupon).
Dan Hallet notes that Vanguard will not affect the retail mutual fund market. I agree – most Canadians get their investments through commission advisors who won’t sell Vanguard. They will take assets away from iShares.
Romana King from Moneysense says that house sellers shouldn’t provide a written disclosure. I agree.
Jason Zweig has an easy way to beat the market.
Canadian Capitalist is not impressed with Vanguard’s wishy-washy take on active management. Just because a company is non-profit doesn’t mean it doesn’t want to sell more products.
Boomer & Echo compares potty training to personal finance.
Michael James defines different investing types.
Million Dollar Journey asks can people save too much money?
I thought I did well with three posts this week, but Preet outdid me with his first post in nine years: What is Vanguard going to do in Canada?
The Oblivious Investor explains that you should save for retirement before savings for your kid’s education.
Retire Happy wonders if Vanguard will start a mutual fund price war? Not a chance.
Some extra links
Getting Diapers at a Discount – Possible?
Save Money By Doing Simple DIY Maintenance And Repair Before You Call A Professional
- Should a Prospective Employer Be Able to Check Your Credit Score?
Planning for Your Financial Future in Retirement
- How I Got My Free Credit Score Without Using A Credit Card
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The RESP Book: The Simple Guide to Registered Education Savings Plans
Everything you need to know about RESPs.